VISIT THE CHATEAU AND THE GARDENS OF VILLANDRY
Due to the health situation and government directives,
the Château de Villandry and its gardens are currently closed to the public.
The gardens of Villandry are one of the few places in France to be open every day of the year. Make the most of it and be amazed at their constantly changing beauty from January to December!
This entertaining, educational programme is a fun way for families to visit the cultural sites of Anjou and Touraine.
CURRENTLY AND SOON TO VILLANDRY
Once again this year, Villandry will be taking part in the national Rendez-vous aux jardins campaign, intended to showcase the many public or private parks and...
Spring 2021 : Gabriele Reina – Renaissance heraldry, in the time of François I and Leonardo da Vinci
In spring, the exhibition gallery of the château will welcome an impressive presentation of heraldic banners in dazzling colours, as Gabriele Reina invites us...
An unmissable event at Villandry, the Nights of a Thousand Lights will once again this year be the place to be for lovers of beauty and poetry. Illuminated by...
VILLANDRY IN PICTURES
A team of ten gardeners maintains the gardens of Villandry daily throughout the year. In this section, gardening enthusiasts have access to expert advice from our head gardener, Laurent Portuguez, published season by season.
The free Android, iPhone and iPad Villandry app is available in 5 languages on Apple Store and Play Store.
The virtual tour of the gardens of Villandry offers a different look at Villandry. Explore the estate in detail and access original documentary resources and multimedia content.
RECEPTIONS & SEMINARS
IN THE CHATEAU &
THE GARDENS OF VILLANDRY
Looking for an original way to say thank you
to your staff or customers?
What better venue than our gardens,
with options to suit all budgets,
combining rooms, menus and natural produce,
all in an exceptional setting.
VISIT THE LOIRE VALLEY
The Loire Valley is a region well endowed with natural and built heritage. It has a large number of Chateaux of the Loire and vineyards. This cultural abundance recognised by UNESCO earned the Loire Valley its inscription on the World Heritage List in 2000.
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